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be my first time in the olympic games. i'm so proud to be part of the first addition of it. and hopefully will make history. >> reporter: each athlete has a story and a goal. terrific reception the united states is getting here. >> but tonight is about team usa. olympians say walking into an opening ceremony is a gold medal moment. >> you can envision yourself competing. you can envision yourself, you know, going against an opponent, winning a medal. but you never envision yourselve walking out with all the best athletes in the country. and to a large stadium. >> reporter: a tradition that kicks off two weeks of global competition and unity. >> i know for me from my first time in the olympic village, munich in '72, people from every country, race and religion. and we have respect and curiosity, and we lived in peace. i think we can create a global olympic village. >> reporter: jean elle, nbc bay area news. >> the warriors tweeted this pictures tonight of the team's all star trio during the opening ceremony there you see klay
thompson, kevin durant, and draymond green. looks like they were having a lot of fun. >> that's a golden snapshot. another notable local athlete is in the spotlight, but not for team usa. keep in mind a lot of our local olympians are representing other countries jahvid best is on the st. lucia track team. you see him there. the former cal football player had to cut his nfl career short because of multiple concussion. he will run in the 100 meters in rio. >> as for the olympian, one of the largest ovations for the night was for the refugee team, competing for the first time in olympic history. ten refugees from four different countries will compete under the olympic flag. the ioc says the team is a symbol of hope for refugees worldwide. back outside, another live look at the olympic flame. its designer from the united states. he says it's meant to symbolize
the sun. brazilian officials wanted it a little smaller, this cauldron of flame than past cauldrons as a reminder to reduce global warming. the sculpture is 40 feet in diameter, and the cauldron weighs two tons. our olympic coverage is just getting started. jessica aguirrely will be reporting throughout the games. coming up, the flag bearer from tonight's ceremony who is now an internet sensation. now to other news tonight, off the job. a san francisco medic arrested for detonating a homemade explosive in front of a neighbor's home. some claim it was over a dispute. it happened in the excelsior district near mission street and interstate 280. rick boone is live in the neighborhood where it's been tense for some time now. rick? >> reporter: exactly, janelle. residents say they heard a big boom, and that sound all made from a san francisco city paramedic. and what makes this even stranger for some residents, they say this guy allegedly has a temper problem.
32-year-old james novelo busted, a san francisco paramedic. police say he exploded a device in a neighbor's planter in the middle of the night. a shock to some neighbors who can't believe this happened on their block. >> oh my god, i can't believe that's happening in my neighborhood. yeah, that's not good. >> reporter: neighbors say when they ran outside, they saw novelo and noticed the house was egged. novelo was arrested after police found explosive materials in his home. it's not known if he sought of jail yet, but neighbors say they're just hoping for a few nights of a good rest. you've been here 15 years. this never happened? >> that never happens over here. >> reporter: now, you heard in there in that story, that guy said it never happened in his neighborhood. well, it did, and he is hoping it doesn't happen anymore. as for that city paramedic, he is off the job tonight, and possibly still in jail. and as of according to the fire department, they say he is on a nonwork status. so he won't be on the job any
time soon. near excelsior in san francisco, rick boone, nbc bay area. >> rick, thank you. is it a harmless photo or a tone deaf response to racial tension? the san francisco police officers association is facing some criticism over this ad which was placed in its union newsletter. pictures like this one have been circulating on social media for a while. but when it appeared in the police officers association journal, some believed it was simply out of line. it shows a black labrador dog with a sign that reads "black labs matter" next to a yellow dog with a sign reading "all labs matter." >> don't play with this. because you know, lives are being ruined, lives are being taken and families are mourning still. >> next to the picture in that newsletter, there was a call to tone down the rhetoric. the police officers association declined to comment today. whenever i see a stolen gun, i see a future robbery. i see a future homicide. i see a future assault. >> tens of thousands of lost and
stolen guns. tonight we track thousands of those very same guns to the crimes where they were later used. i'm stephen stock. coming up, our exclusive and unprecedented investigation into exactly what happens to guns after they are stolen from law-abiding citizens. then painful memories stirred up after the controversial shooting of a local teen by a north bay deputy. why that sheriff's deputy is back this the headlines tonight. and i'm meteorologist jeff ranieri. thick fog moving into san francisco. i'll have your saturday morning forecast in just a few minutes. sonoma county sheriff's
department is not sitting well with some. the deputy, who shot and killed 13 year old "andy lopez" in 2013 .. a promotion within the sonoma county sheriff's department is not sitting well with some. the deputy who shot is and killed 13-year-old andy lopez in 2013 is now a sergeant. nbc bay area cheryl hurd traveled to santa rosa where
this news is bringing back painful memories, he is not welcome here at all. >> reporter: daniel garcia says he has no words for law enforcement official who promoted sonoma county sheriff's deputy to sergeant. >> it makes me more sad than mad. i thought he would have a guilt trip honestly, but i guess he still wants to be here. >> reporter: gailhouse was promoted to sergeant in may after being at the center of a swarm of controversy and protests. sonoma county sheriff supported his move on facebook. >> i know that some people may be concerned with me promoting deputy gailhouse. but i want everyone to know that he is highly qualify and he will represent the sheriff's office well. if i didn't believe that, he wouldn't be promote. >> reporter: the deputy shot and killed lopez as he walked along moorland avenue in unincorporated santa rosa. the 13-year-old was carrying a bb pellet rifle that looked like an assault rifle. gailhouse's attorney michael rains spoke to us by phone. he said there is no doubt the lopez shooting was tragic, but it was justified legally.
>> if promotion was warranted, it was well supported. it was well deserved. if anything, it was overdue in my opinion because he has been a solid deputy with this agency for years. >> reporter: lopez's family attorney is disappointed by the promotion and his friend believes it means lopez is being denied justice. >> i knew andy. he wasn't a dangerous kid at all. and he just killed him right there. >> reporter: lopez's family filed a federal lawsuit. they declined to talk to us on camera. in santa rosa sack, cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >> cheryl, thank you. well, it's a growing problem that is also deadly. on the street, criminals consider stolen guns more valuable than gold. >> in an unprecedented project, we've teamed up with nbc stations throughout california to find out how many stolen guns contribute to other crimes. it's in the thousands. let's bring in our senior investigative reporter stephen stock. stephen? >> reporter: we worked more than six months and got records and
data no one else has ever obtained. it all shows that lost and stolen guns kill and maim innocent people here in the bay area and around california much more often than you might imagine. as soon as you drive on to her family's sonoma county farm, the legacy surrounds you. >> olga was my sister, but she was my best friend. >> reporter: from the fruit trees to the rose bushes to the immaculate ground she tended daily. she left her mark. >> she always had a kind word for everybody. >> reporter: her death in 2015 carries its own horrible legacy. police report shows the 84-year-old olga was tied up in this chair in her home by two fugitives on the run from the law. then she was shot to death where she sat. >> they tied her up with duct tape and they shot her. >> reporter: using data compiled by a team of nbc investigative reporters located throughout california, we traced three of the guns later found on the
suspects in olga's murder to guns that had been stolen from a marin county home. police say the fugitives later traded a stolen gun for a getaway car. >> it just happened for no reason. >> reporter: our investigation found that the use of stolen weapons to commit other crimes happens again and again. using this unique database, we matched the serial numbers of 4300 stolen and lost guns dating back to 2010 with the serial numbers of guns connected to crimes from the same time period. crime data obtained from more than 70 california law enforcement agencies who responded to our public records request. >> whenever i see a stolen gun, i see a future robbery. i see a future homicide. i see a future assault. >> reporter: we were also able to match 2600 different lost and stolen guns directly connected to crimes later. >> thing is even more. >> reporter: graham barlow is resident agent in charge of the federal bureau of tobacco, firearms and explosives sacramento field office. >> very often we find people
that own firearms are not aware of the serial numbers. additionally, we know that people sometimes have guns stolen or pilfered from their collection by family members and they're not even aware it's missing. >> reporter: using this unique data we were able to track at least 35 lost and stolen guns that were later used in homicides or attempted homicides statewide. those do not include the stolen guns used in four out of five high profile homicides in the bay area last year, including steve carter in marin county and audrey carey in golden gate park. both killed with the same stolen gun, or kate steinle killed on pier 14 or antonio ramos, both killed with stolen guns from federal law enforcement officers. we also found lost or stolen guns were later recovered at 49 different robberies statewide, and more than 40 other shootings. >> that is -- that's a very large number. >> reporter: evan johnson grew up around guns and gang violence in sacramento. >> at about early age, you kind of get used to it.
>> reporter: even as a youngster, johnson says he knew how to buy a gun off the street. >> i'm sure most of them are still there. >> reporter: after the los angeles area, our analysis showed that many of the guns that are lost and stolen in the state come from the central valley, place likes the sacramento area, around bakersfield, and the stockton area. all higher than areas around the bay area like alameda county, san francisco, and all of santa clara county. >> firearms are of high value to people in the criminal community. >> reporter: and our trace found several guns appear to have been used two, three times on two, three different crimes. does that surprise you? >> not at all. not at all, no. firearms especially we see gangs when they acquire firearms and will pass a gun around among gang members so that it -- they use it like a community gun. so that it's available for more than one person and it also lessens the responsibility on one person if they are caught with it. >> kind of like the family is
not the same anymore. >> reporter: larry and anne say their sister died in senseless violence that no amount of data will explain. but they say it doesn't surprise them that the people accused in olga's murder were also caught up in trading and using stolen guns as well. >> sure, they can go steal them, but they don't have to go using them. >> reporter: now this project captures just one snapshot in time. and we want to emphasize that many law enforcement agencies around california refuse to cooperate with our project. in fact, experts we talked with estimate that the number of lost and stolen guns later used in crime is six to seven times higher than the data we obtained shows. now we have a breakdown of all this data, all about guns all over the state. you can find it on our website, nbcbayarea.com. click on the special web page, guns in the bay. guys? >> report certainly eye opening. okay, thank you, stephen. if you have a tip for our investigative unit, give us a
call at 888-996-tips. here is something that was decade mess the making. and it started today. groundbreaking on a levee update in the peninsula. this is in east palo alto. this is to protect the san francisquito creek. this is a image of telephone damage caused in 1998. flood walls will be built. construction is to be expected to be completed in 2018. that would be great for sure. >> for sure. let's get to our forecast now. we can feel the cooldown. >> it's been very nice at least the past 24 hours. we're going to have one more day of some enjoyable temperature here is in your saturday forecast. things will start to heat up as we get a look at your microclimate weather right now after some of the hottest weather in livermore with 82 degrees today. down down to 57. we'll stay with the 50s as we
head throughout the next several hours. the biggest change at least right now is the fact that the clouds are rolling back in across the bay area. it's not only thick fog in san francisco and also areas of drizzle for tomorrow morning in sf, but we'll also see the clouds in the north bay, east bay, peninsula and south bay as well. temperatures starting off in the low 50s. so a gray start for the morning. but check out what happens by the afternoon. on our microclimate forecast, sunny skies coming back to the south bay. san jose 80 degrees for your high for the peninsula. anywhere from 59 in half moon bay to 73 in palo alto. san francisco expecting low to mid-60s. north bay, east bay and the tri-valley, no 90s tomorrow. warmest weather i have in the forecast is here across the tri-valley. livermore 82 degrees. pleasanton 79. for the east bay, oakland, fantastic day at 69. head over to walnut creek, 15 minutes away. and year up to 81. a typical day here for us. for the north bay, 88 expected in napa. mill valley, 71. san francisco stays with 60s right through the seven-day
forecast. and for the inland valleys, great weather for tomorrow. and then you can see by sunday, we warm up a few degrees to 85. and then by monday, up to 89. we have the opening ceremony tonight. it was long, but it was great, you guys. you can see tomorrow with the competition going, 88 and sunny skies. because we have a few more seconds left, did you know there was a total of 7.5 million tickets available at the start of the games. the most popular events early on were soccer, basketball, and handball. some of the most expensive tickets were actually at opening ceremony, which could have ranged up to $3,000. >> i like that. happy saturday morning to you. >> i feel like i need could have fee. >> and donuts. >> let's go get breakfast. >> we're going to denny's next. up next, a bay area family witnessing history. speaking of the opening ceremony, their big night in rio tonight. and we have jimmy. >> hey, guy, jerry seinfeld is here. plus seth rogen and i go head to
head in a lip-synch battle. music from jason droerulo, and thank you notes. happening now on our home page, ten people were hurt when a railing collapsed during a snoop dogg concert in new jersey tonight. we posted the video which shows people tumbling on top of each other. the number of injure cod still rise. and on our twitter feed, the mayor of stockton is speaking publicly and denying allegations he played strip poker with a minor and provided alcohol at a party at a youth camp.
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always lit in greece. but for the next 17 day, take a look. it's burning in rio. live pictures from brazil on this saturday morning. the hot ticket in town was to attend the opening ceremony. we caught up with the lucky bay area family that made the road trip down to rio. how is this for a summer vacation? this is the yang family from atherton. jeff, amy and the kids watching the show tonight. it will cost you a few reals or dollars for these tickets. they're among the hundreds of bay area fans who are in rio. social media has crowned a new heartthrob of the olympic games. say hello to the flag bearer from tonga. his shirtless, oiled body created quite a frenzy on twitter. he will compete in tae kwon do for tonga, the first athlete from the small nation to qualify in that olympic sport. apparently he has also done some modeling on the side. his career may take a boost after this appearance. tonight the party, tomorrow morning the games.
a lot of bay area olympians will be in action. among them the war you, of course, kevin durant, klay thompson, draymond green. you can watch team usa play china at 6:00 p.m. on nbc sports network. saratoga's kerri walsh jennings begins her quest for another gold medal. you can see her on our primetime coverage. and some judo, marti malloy also in prime time on nbc sports network. that. >> tonga flag bearer, wow. that lit up everything. up next, a member of the a's organization suspended for a hidden camera. we'll explain.
a's lost to the cubs... but there are deeper problems w/ this team. tonight -- an a's elo okay. at the coliseum tonight, the a's lose to the cubs, but there are some deeper robs with this team. tonight an a's employee has been suspended. strength and conditioning coach michael henriquez was suspended for reportedly installing a hidden camera inside the players' weight room. a player discovered the hidden camera, and the team contacted the players union and management. an independent law firm conducted an investigation and plans to release the details on monday. a's executive billy beane saying it's a misguided action of one employee. another suspension. former giants outfielder nate schierholtz has been suspended for 80 games following a positive test for a performance-enhancing drug. the 32-year-old is currently a free agent. so this could be the end of his
playing career. here is he grew up in the east bay. niners head coach chip kelly signed him with hopes that he would flourish in the team's system. today the 49ers said rogers tore his left icl and will miss the entire upcoming season. coach kelly calls the injury a big blow. okay. it is now saturday. so what is on tap today in rio? don't miss a moment of the olympics with nbc bay area's five to watch. pretty cool. go to nbcbayarea.com/olympics to see the five key things to know each day. track our local athlete, watch live coverage, and browse articles by sport. five to watch at nbcbayarea.com/olympics.
here in the bay area. recognize that torch bearer down below? that's raj ... as the torch came we have our own olympic spirit here in the bay area. okay, do you recognize that torch bearer? that's our own raj mathai as the torch came through san francisco in 2008 on its way to the beijing olympics. and something you might not know. everyone gets to keep their torch. so raj mathai brought in his torches today. he is actually a three-time torch bearer that is a record probably. >> on a serious note, this is
one of the proud moments of my life. it's so special, the olympics to me that. is the beijing torch you're holding, janelle. this is the torch that ran to salt lake city in 2002. >> and the atlanta one too, right? >> i'm giving that one to jeff. >> what an honor. and thanks for letting us hold them. >> super cool. >> good night, everyone. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- jerry seinfeld, seth rogen, musical guest jason derulo. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 516, strong island! yeah. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you! thank you very much! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> audience: u.s.a.! u.s.a.! u.s.a.! u.s.a.! u.s.a.! u.s.a.! >> jimmy: oh, thank you very much! [ cheers and applause ] oh, that felt good. oh! i feel fantastic. welcome to the "tonight show," everybody! [ cheers and applause ] i'm your host, jimmy fallon, and i'm only wearing this so donald trump doesn't deport me.
[ laughter ] of course, everybody's excited about tonight's opening ceremony of the rio olympics! [ cheers and applause ] exciting. it's great. wasn't it great? i don't know about you. my favorite part was when they had all those guys dressed up like construction workers frantically trying to finish the stadium. [ light laughter ] so realistic. so realistic. but it's actually true. construction crews were still finishing parts of the stadiums in rio right before the opening ceremony. yeah, that's right. they went to cut the ribbon, and the workers were like, "stop, that's holding it together! don't -- [ laughter ] don't cut that. wait till it dries. cut it in a week." of course, rio has had its fair share of problems the last couple of months getting ready for the olympics, but if you're looking for just one moment that sort of sums it all up, i think this might be it. >> and now, adding insult to injury, check out these workers using bolt cutters to open the gates to the stadium to tonight's venue after reportedly losing their key. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what?
they're going to be so mad when they remember the spare key under the flower pot. [ laughter ] like, "oh, why didn't you tell me? i had a bolt cutter." this had some people disappointed. the international olympic committee is banning people from using their footage to make gifs or vines, which has a a lot of younger people bummed out. but they didn't say anything about memes. [ laughter ] so we wanted to help you get started. here's a few olympic memes that we came up with. first up, this meme says, "squat goals." [ laughter ] [ applause ] this meme says, "when bae see that search history." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: here's another athlete. her meme says, "when you realize your mom joined facebook." [ laughter ] it's like, "noooo! no!" [ applause ] finally, here's a spring board diver. his meme is -- "just had chipotle." [ laughter ]
there you go. these are memes to get you started. you can do whatever you want with them. [ applause ] guys, here's an election update. i read that hillary clinton's campaign is stepping up their efforts to get millennials to vote for her in november. when he heard that, donald trump said, "i'm pretty sure millennial's gonna vote for me. she's my wife." [ laughter and applause ] "isn't that right, millennial?" this is pretty funny. donald trump unveiled his economic policy team today, and apparently it's made up entirely of men, six of whom are actually named steve. [ laughter ] trump was like, "in my defense, you know how hard it has to find women named steve? [ laughter ] i mean -- i tried. [ applause ] right, millennial?" [ laughter ] i saw that a female reporter asked donald trump about how many women would be in his cabinet if he became president. and trump's answer was pretty good news for the reporter. take a look. >> who you would actually put into office as one of your first females in your cabinet?
>> well, we have so many different ones to choose. there really are so many that are really talented people, like you. you are so talented and -- i don't know if you're -- [ light laughter ] >> is this breaking news? am i going to be in the cabinet? >> you know, there really is some very talented -- >> is that a yes? >> sounds like it to me. >> oh! [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: come on! it's not like some random tv personality can just end up in the white house. [ laughter ] it just doesn't happen! [ cheers and applause ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, very much, everybody, thank you very much. the summer olympics opening ceremonies were so great tonight, and now we're happy to be here to cap it off with some
good comedy. he is just the best. from the emmy nominated series, "comedians in cars getting coffee," jerry seinfeld is stopping by tonight! [ cheers and applause ] it's a big show. >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: also, joining us tonight is another hilarious person, whose new movie "sausage party" is in theaters -- [ laughter ] -- everywhere next friday. features a superstar cast. "sausage party." >> steve: love it. >> jimmy: it's his film. >> steve: "sausage party." >> jimmy: our man, seth rogen, is in the house, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] it's an animated film. seth -- seth and i are going to talk about the "sausage party" movie. then he and i are going to face off in a lip sync battle. [ cheers and applause ] [ imitating vuvuzela ] >> steve: vuvuzela. >> jimmy: and we have great music from my pal. jason derulo is here! >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] [ imitating vuvuzela ] [ laughter ] goes with the --
[ imitating vuvuzela ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: guys, today's friday, and that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff. you know, i check my inbox, i return some e-mails, and of course send out thank you notes. [ cheers and applause ] well, i was running a bit -- running a bit behind, so i thought, if you guys wouldn't mind, i'd just like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now. is that cool? you guys are the best. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. i got my pen. i got my -- i got my note cards here. james, can i get some thank you note writing music, please? ♪ oh. >> steve: look how happy he is. >> jimmy: yeah. how patriotic he is. he wore his -- all his black, uh -- >> steve: his black plaid. >> jimmy: his black plaid, yeah. exactly, yeah. ♪ thank you, nbc's coverage of the olympics in rio de janeiro, for allowing me to watch bob costas profile athletes, see matt lauer interview gold medalists, and most importantly, hear tom brokaw say, "rio jee janeiro." [ laughter ] rio dee janeiro.
rio de janeiro. [ laughter ] >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: he's the best. [ light laughter ] ♪ thank you, team u.s.a.'s opening ceremony outfits, for showing america that our athletes are ready and fired up -- to go to prep school in 1985? >> steve: yeah! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm down. ♪ thank you, olympic event logos, for showing us that the guy from the men's bathroom sign likes to stay active. [ laughter ] i mean, busy dude. >> steve: busy guy. >> jimmy: he does everything. >> steve: everything! swims. >> jimmy: like crossfit. >> steve: skis. everything. >> jimmy: everything. >> steve: just like james. [ light laughter ] [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, 74th annual golden globes, for letting me host next year. [ cheers and applause ]
♪ although, now that the globes are 74, they just renamed them the sag awards. [ laughter ] >> steve: hey! is that true? >> jimmy: that is not true. it's a joke. >> steve: they didn't. okay. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, "the bachelorette," jojo, for choosing jordan, thus creating the perfect celebrity couple name, jojo. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: jojo. yeah. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, high jump, or as i like to call you, opposite limbo. [ laughter ] >> steve: exactly. you don't go under, you go over. [ applause ] ♪ everybody round the world jack be nimble jack be quick ♪ ♪ jack go under limbo stick ♪ ♪
>> steve: let's do it. [ light laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, "sausage party," for hitting theaters next week and hitting the internet this week. [ laughter ] >> steve: hey oh! [ cheers ] >> jimmy: hey! >> steve: wow! ♪ orlando's in bloom. >> jimmy: all right. hey. [ cheers ] ho! hey! >> steve: hey! ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, people who sleepwalk, for literally following your dreams. [ laughter ] [ applause ] ♪ >> steve: thank you. [ light laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, nbc's logo during the olympics, for making it look like the peacock just laid a bunch of eggs. [ laughter ] there you go -- have it right there. those are my thank you notes. we will be right back with jerry seinfeld! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody! welcome back! we are joined right now by a a legendary stand-up comedian who created and starred in one of the greatest sitcoms of all time, and his web series "comedians in cars getting coffee" was just nominated for emmy award for outstanding variety talk series. please welcome one of the best to ever do it, mr. jerry seinfeld! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: we'll all sit down, we'll all relax. >> i didn't want, i just wanted that part. >> jimmy: no, no. we got to talk part. >> oh. >> jimmy: yeah, the talk part. >> okay, all right. >> jimmy: it's a talk show, yeah. >> oh, it's a talk show. [ light laughter ] people talking. >> jimmy: people talking. that's what we do. >> it's ridiculous. >> jimmy: no, this is not ridiculous. people like to watch this. >> they do. it's weird. they can talk, but no, they want to watch us talk. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers ] it's more, it's more they want to see you talk. >> yes, they do. >> jimmy: to hear you talk. [ cheers ] >> and they want to hear you. they want to know what you want to know about me. >> jimmy: that's true. >> yeah. they want to know. >> jimmy: well first, i want to -- >> what is jimmy going to ask? >> jimmy: yeah. i don't ever ask like any gotcha questions. are you worried when you come on my show? >> no. i'd like to see you get me. i would like it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, i can't -- >> you can't. >> jimmy: it's like pokemon. i can't get you. >> no. >> jimmy: i can't get to you. [ laughter ] i can't get, you're ungettable. >> no. >> jimmy: yeah. i wouldn't want to do that. i want to -- >> what? what have you ever done?
i haven't done anything. >> jimmy: no, i didn't think you have done anything. >> not really. >> jimmy: i don't think you have. >> no. >> jimmy: no. >> why is our voice so high? >> jimmy: i know, like i start -- [ laughter ] every time you come on i start talking like you. >> i love it. >> jimmy: and then you start talking like my impression of you. >> that's right. >> jimmy: and then by the end we're both talking like this. we're both yelling. [ laughter ] that's serious. that's what we both do when we yell and talk. [ applause ] i've got to say congratulations on "comedians in cars getting coffee." >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you got nominated. >> thank you. >> jimmy: it is a great show. and it's on crackle.com. but i don't know where that is. i don't know how i find it. >> you don't have to. >> jimmy: i find it. >> just type in the name of the show. >> jimmy: and you find it. >> and you find it. >> jimmy: it is great. >> and it's pretty, thank you. and it's pretty, so it's the same category that this amazing show is in. >> jimmy: yeah, we are nominated for the same category. >> for the same category. how uncomfortable is this? [ cheers and applause ] it's so uncomfortable. >> jimmy: it's true. >> and here is why it's uncomfortable. >> jimmy: why? >> because this is as big as it gets. your show on a major network, the amount of money that is
spent, and that i caught you with three gopros in a used car. [ laughter ] i have now -- >> jimmy: that is -- >> we're now tied. we're tied. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. you know what? here is why i really like you. you're a happy person. >> don't you think i am? >> jimmy: yes. >> you know me pretty well. we've hung out a bunch. >> jimmy: are you a happy person? >> i'm a happy person. >> jimmy: but you're also very irritable. >> very irritable. >> jimmy: you do. >> yeah. [ light laughter ] i don't even get myself. i don't understand it. >> jimmy: you're -- yeah. >> everything's bothering, as much as i'm enjoying life. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and you can see i'm a guy that enjoys life. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm extremely irritated all the time. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: what is bugging you? what is bugging you recently? >> i don't know. well, every time you come to a a light in new york, you wait to see which cab door is going to open and what is going to come out of his mouth. [ laughter ] every cab driver at every red light spits something out on to the street. >> jimmy: but that's the time to spit.
>> yeah. people think that anything you throw on the street in new york will just be reabsorbed into the city. [ laughter ] it's just, oh, it goes back in the flow of the city. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. like the ocean. yeah. >> yeah, just like the ocean. >> jimmy: yeah. what else is bugging you? >> well, i went and took the kids bowling the other day. >> jimmy: that's fun. my kids are too young. >> but pretty soon. >> jimmy: really? >> pretty soon. because they have it -- the way they set it up, here's how horrible we are as parents, our whole generation, you, me. they have this thing now in a a bowling alley that comes up in the gutter. sticks like a fence comes up in the gutter so that the kid can't not hit the pins. he can't miss. this is how nice life preparation, by the way. [ light laughter ] if your child is traumatized by a gutter ball, the kid's not going to make it, okay? [ laughter ] not going to make it. just quit. >> jimmy: just quit. yeah. >> quit right now. we need to put an extra gutter, that would be good parents. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: a third gutter.
>> put a third gutter. you want to know what it's like out there? it's all gutters, kid. it's all gutters. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's exactly right. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: prepare them for life. >> prepare 'em. >> jimmy: how old are your kids now? >> kids are 15, 13 and 10. >> jimmy: do they have cell phones? >> yeah, sure. sure, yeah. >> jimmy: they all do, right? >> yeah, they all do. remember when your life was just your life? that was kind of what you were thinking about? >> jimmy: yeah. >> and now it's your life and your phone's battery life. [ laughter ] those are your lives. >> jimmy: those are your lives. >> yeah. and i don't know which is more important. [ light laughter ] because if your phone's dead, does it really matter if you're still alive? [ laughter ] it doesn't. >> jimmy: come on. >> when the phone's getting weak, do you feel tired? [ light laughter ] i feel -- when my phone is down like 19, i feel like, just so weak. >> jimmy: you're drained, as well. >> drained, yeah. >> jimmy: you're drained as well. "comedians in cars" is is it season eight? >> no. could be. >> jimmy: i mean, it's getting
up there. >> yeah, well there are little seasons though. we just do six and they are short shows. very short. >> jimmy: this last one fantastic. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: congratulations on the nom -- you did an interview with lorne michaels. >> lorne michaels, your executive producer. >> jimmy: who i just love and he's just the smartest guy. >> yeah. >> jimmy: the most fun, charming guy. >> he's a guy that everybody knows about but nobody really knows what's he really like? >> jimmy: he was the best interview i've ever seen with lorne michaels. >> oh, thank you. thank you. it was fun. >> jimmy: it was like going out to dinner with him. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and telling all those great stories. >> yes. >> jimmy: you know what else? >> they're great stories. >> jimmy: you're good. you're a good interviewer because you're a good listener, good audience. >> yes, i am. >> jimmy: you laugh. [ light laughter ] >> i like comedy. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i like anything funny. if i like the person, anything they say, i laugh. >> jimmy: yeah, it's great. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and it's fun to watch. >> i'm like you that way. >> jimmy: you do, yeah? >> you're a good audience, too. >> jimmy: yeah. i like to -- you know i'm a fan of you and i -- >> yeah, i'm a fan of you. >> jimmy: i'm a fan of you. [ talking over each other ] [ cheers and applause ] you are you, i'm you. we're both you. [ light laughter ]
>> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip, if you haven't seen it. here is lorne michaels describing how working with comedians is like watching monkeys at the zoo. [ light laughter ] this is "comedians in cars getting coffee." >> and then -- >> and then before you leave there's the monkeys. there's something about the joy, the sheer fooling around because it is what comedians do. you know, you can't tell when they're working. you know what i mean? you can't tell what they're doing or how they're working. and it's disorganized and chaotic and they are doing it to make each other laugh. >> yeah. >> and they never seem to be settling down and getting work done. >> no. they're talking in the hall about sports. >> yeah. >> and somehow at the end of the week there is a show. >> exactly. so you can't run that through a a normal organizational -- >> because they're the monkeys. >> yeah, because they're the monkeys. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. that's the problem. >> we're the monkeys. >> jimmy: thank you for being here. i'm about to do a lip sync battle will seth rogen. >> oh. >> jimmy: later on in the show. have you ever lip sync battled me? >> no, no. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: you would never do that? >> you know what, jimmy? anything you ask me to do, i would do. and i don't want to do it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i don't think i would like it or be good at it. if you say do it, i will do it. >> jimmy: all right, then -- >> not now. >> jimmy: not now. maybe some time. >> some time. some time. >> jimmy: all right, good. guys, watch jerry's emmy-nominated series. comediansincarsgettingcoffee.co. [ cheers and applause ] jerry seinfeld, right there. seth rogen joins us after the break! stick around, everybody. it will be great. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i note the obvious differences in the human family. some of us are serious, some thrive on comedy. i've sailed upon the seven seas and stopped in every land, i've seen the wonders of the world not yet one common man. i know ten thousand women called jane and mary jane,
i've not seen any two who really were the same. mirror twins are different although their features jibe, and lovers think quite different thoughts while lying side by side. i note the obvious differences between each sort and type, but we are more alike, my friends, than we are unalike. we are more alike, my friends, than we are unalike. ♪
♪ how does oh, screw off. this... ...to this. [ beeps ] i'm pregnant? you have no idea which of us is the father? surprise. [ laughs nervously ] bridget, who do you want to be the father? the billionaire? or the ex? bridget, i've missed you. oh, god. how would you like to give birth? quickly. [ moaning in pain ] just think away the pain. ahhhh! oh. just think away the pain. rated r. september 16th.
♪ ♪ hush my darling... ♪ don't fear my darling... ♪ the lion sleeps tonight. [snoring.] ♪ hush my darling... [snoring.] ♪ don't fear my darling... ♪ the lion sleeps tonight. [snoring.] take the roar out of snore. yet another innovation only at a sleep number store. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined by a a very funny and hard working comedian, writer, and director, starting next friday, you can see him and an amazing cast including jonah hill, kristen wiig, edward norton and selma hayek in the first r-rated computer generated
animated movie in history. it's called "sausage party." it's hilarious. please welcome back to the show, one of our favorites, here is seth rogen! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ they're sausage they're bull[ bleep ] ♪ ♪ they're sausage they're bull[ bleep ] ♪ ♪ they're sausage they're bull[ bleep ] ♪ they're sausage they're bull[ bleep ] ♪ ♪ they're sausage they're bull[ bleep ] ♪ ♪ they're sausage they're bull[ bleep ] ♪ ♪ they're sausage they're bull[ bleep ] ♪ >> tariq: what i wanna know is where the sausage at? >> jimmy: we're so happy you came back. >> that's so nice. >> jimmy: thank you for coming back -- >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: they love you. come on, we love you. >> that's so nice. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're in a great mood tonight. thank you, thank you, thank you. >> thank you, that's wonderful. >> jimmy: you have a history of following jerry seinfeld. >> i do have a very unfortunate history of follow jerry seinfeld. when i was, like, 14 years old, i wanted to be in the just for laughs comedy festival which is in montreal, and to audition for it, i had to fly to los angeles, which is weird because i'm already canadian, don't
ask. i get there, i'm 14, super nervous and i'm at a showcase at the improv. >> jimmy: on melrose? >> yeah on melrose, and so i'm about to go up, and someone tells me seinfeld's coming. i was, like, what? he's coming, and if he gets here before it's your time, he's going to go up, and then you'll go up. i was, like, no, man! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you can't follow seinfeld. >> tell them no. and they were, like, we can't do that. that's not how it works. and so i literally remember seeing a porsche pull up out front so i was like "no." i know him and his porsches. his jewish parents should be ashamed, by the way, but anyway. [ laughter ] so -- a porsche pulled up, my parents would kill me. and then i see i see him getting out, and he goes up, right before i'm supposed to, and he, like, annihilates like he's very funny. he's talking about missing socks, you know, what's the
deal with airplane food? it's the hits you know. >> jimmy: he has all the hits. [ light laughter ] he's the greatest. >> yeah, yeah. and he, like, annihilates, and the whole time i'm just standing there, like, i hate you jerry seinfeld. [ light laughter ] how could you do this to me? >> jimmy: you ruined my whole shot of going to montreal. >> exactly and i get up on stage, and i have, like, what is to this date the most comedicly traumatizing experience of my entire life, and i remember, like, microphones give up just an electric hum if you don't hear anything else, it's like the sound of a speaker, and i remember being on stage, and to this point i remember the moment, where i was, "like, man, i can hear that buzz really loud right now." >> jimmy: oh no, i'm so sorry. >> never has a room full of people been so silent. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> yeah, and to this day, i personally dislike jerry seinfeld. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and he did it again tonight. >> he did it again tonight. ruining it again! >> jimmy: i really had the same thing. >> really? >> jimmy: well, i had to follow
jerry at the improv. he came in, i saw the car outside. >> what is he doing? >> jimmy: i just -- i think he's making us tougher. >> yeah, i don't know. i think he finds out something cool we're about to do and then does it first. [ laughter ] i like, see him leaving my wife's bedroom. [ laughter ] don't bother, pal. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well -- >> i took care of that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let's segue into the movie. >> that's an organic. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you for the setup, "sausage party." >> i'm sorry you have to talk about it. i have to apologize, like i talked to the "new york times" about it. i'm like, you guys should not have to talk about this. i apologize. >> jimmy: well, i've heard a a lot of things i like about this. number one is you have been working on this for, like, ten years. >> yeah, which is humiliating to say about a talking hot dog movie, but, yes. [ laughter ] a third of my life, i've been working on making this movie. >> jimmy: you wanted it to be good, and the animation is spectacular, by the way. >> thank you so much. we really wanted it to feel
like a pixar movie and have the skin and vibe and the overall feeling of a pixar movie, and then we made it completely deranged and insane, and, you know, pixar is so good at examining the secret life of cars and toys and bugs, and we're like, well, if you look at the secret life of food, it's horrifying because you eat it. and -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> so to us, it was a brilliant movie idea. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the cast is jonah hill, michael cera, kristen wigg, james franco, paul rudd, edward norton, it's unbelievable, and the music is by allen menken, who's won oscars. >> he's won like eight oscars i think. >> jimmy: how did you convince him? he did like "little mermaid." >> he did the "aladdin" and "the little mermaid." >> jimmy: how did you convince him to do "sausage party?" this is fantastic! >> it was great. we offered him money and then he -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> i think he probably called the academy to make sure they